Stylus Publishing, LLC

Founded in 1996, Stylus’ publishing focuses on higher education, covering such areas as teaching and learning, student affairs, professional development, service learning and community engagement, study abroad, assessment, online learning, racial diversity on campus, women’s issues, doctoral education, and leadership and administration. Stylus is the official distributor of the book programs of ACPA, Campus Compact, and the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

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22nd July 2018 Events
Save the Date!

The lead editors and contributors of Difficult Subjects will be holding a Twitter Town Hall event next Wednesday, August 1st, at 2pm ET/11am PT.

Participating authors are:
Badia Ahad-Legard...
14th June 2018 News
From University Business Magazine, how one institution made the shift to helping underserved students reach their academic goals, featuring Governors State University President and author of ...
10th April 2018 News
Ruben was recently named Inaugural Winner of Baldrige Foundation Award for Leadership Excellence, for his development of the Excellence in Higher Education assessment and planning framework. Named after U.S. secretary of commerce Malcolm Baldrige, the ...
7th January 2018 News
Stylus author Dr. Elaine Maimon was published in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Her article, A Checklist for Transformative Leaders...
26th November 2017 News
22nd February 2017 News
The Chronicle of Education's Lee Gardner interviews Z Nicolazzo...

Featured Reviews

Learning to Collaborate, Collaborating to Learn

Engaging Students in the Classroom and Online

“Collaboration is a part of our life. In this book Janet illuminates how collaboration can be a positive experience and how we can intentionally learn to be an effective collaborator no matter the circumstances, our role, our preference way of working, and end point. At a time when working effectively with others is seen as a vital skill, this book unpacks how it possible to thrive and flourish as we learn to understand the collaborative process, how working with others can be put into practice, and most importantly how we can grow as individuals personally and professionally.”

Narelle Lemon, Associate Professor, Education

The Diversity Consultant Cookbook

Preparing for the Challenge

“Most of us who lead diversity, equity and inclusion work had to figure out the who, what, where, when and why on our own. The Diversity Consultant Cookbook is a wonderful collection of voices from experienced consultants across the nation who share challenges they’ve faced along the way and great tips for becoming a successful consultant. This book is a great place to start for anyone curious about what it takes to lead others in this challenging work.”

Caprice D. Hollins

Contested Issues in Troubled Times

Student Affairs Dialogues on Equity, Civility, and Safety

"Contested Issues in Troubled Times offers fresh perspectives on the role of student affairs educators and practitioners in engaging in the difficult but crucial work of promoting inclusive environments on college campuses. Importantly, it does so in a way that does not hide—and indeed celebrates—the diversity of viewpoints shared among colleagues. This book will undoubtedly serve as a valuable springboard for rich discussions in the classroom and in the student affairs profession."

Linda J. Sax, Professor of Higher Education and Organizational Change, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies

Understanding the Latinx Experience

Developmental and Contextual Influences

"This book provides an important resource in understanding the Latino/a experience in the US. Our nation is in desperate need of a diverse highly educated workforce. By 2060 more than 25% of the total US population will be Latino/a and our school systems across the country are already Hispanic Serving Districts. Thus, it is imperative that we understand the students we serve and provide them the tools necessary to succeed. This book is essential if we are to indeed educate the future of our nation."

Mildred García, President